Archive for November, 2006

Messenger Plus! Live is an add-on for Windows Live Messenger which adds lots of features and extras that make your instant messenger easier, more useful or just tons more entertaining. FAQs Latest changes: || Compatible with the public beta version of Windows Live Messenger 8.1 || Commands are now recognized even when some characters are […]


After Google Talk with Gmail earlier this year, Yahoo! will integrate an Ajax version of Yahoo! Instant Messaging directly into the new Yahoo! Mail beta so users can chat and see when contacts are online, even if they don’t have an instant-messaging application installed. Unlike Google, Yahoo! is combining the products into a single interface. Michael […]


Google released 5 new features for Gmail, First up is a new Reply button replacing the previously clunky ‘more options’ button at the top of all messages. no more scrolling to the bottom of a long message to find the “Reply” link. Now there’s a Reply button right on top, along with a lot of other options […]


Long Zheng reports the comparisons of Windows Vista operating system sounds and Windows XP sounds. Yes, Vista system sounds have been revealed! And they sound really subtle compared to XP’s annoying sounds. Click image to view video


Microsoft has declared Windows Vista complete. It’s been five years since Windows XP debuted and three years since detailed “Longhorn”–Vista’s codename–plans were first revealed. Now Microsoft will release the OS to PC manufacturers and gear up for its release to business customers on November 30 and consumers on January 30. Microsoft is planning a release […]


As posted before, orkut became available to everyone and this could be confirmed in orkut’s help. Now orkut has integrated with Google Talk. You just need to go to settings and click on “enable Google Talk”. You can automatically add your orkut friends or only some of them and also gain new options in Google Talk for orkut […]


Windows Live Local, an online local search and mapping tool, is powered by Virtual Earth and enables people to learn, discover and explore a specific location. maps.live.com shows the Earth in 3D. Allows you to view two-dimensional aerial and 3D imagery object from four different sides angle (Bird eye view). Microsoft Virtual Earth 3D currently supports […]